Oakley Jawbone Sunglasses Now with Transitions Lenses

Oakley Jawbone TransitionsTransitions Optical, official eye wear sponsor of Team Garmin-Cervelo, have paired up with Oakley to improve the already well loved Jawbone glasses.  Transitions lenses allow the wearer to ride in a variety of conditions without having to stop and change lenses out, as they automatically adjust from darker to lighter conditions.

David Millar’s thoughts: “It’s huge to have clear vision for your confidence when descending or negotiating a dicey pack of riders. Transitions lenses react to the conditions; they’ll change with the weather – you only need one set of lenses, that’s so cool.”

The Jawbone Transitions SOLFX runs $260 direct from Oakley.

 

 

Comments

Da n - 08/24/11 - 1:48pm

Does it come with a matching pocket protector?

KT - 08/24/11 - 2:02pm

They’ve always had transitions

djjazzynick - 08/24/11 - 7:54pm

gross.

Paul - 08/25/11 - 1:18am

So why do I need “jawbones” to change out the lenses if I now have transition lenses so I don’t have to change lenses?

noakleys - 08/25/11 - 1:55am

their transition lenses don’t get dark enough for real sunny days

dgaddis - 08/25/11 - 4:04pm

While ugly as sin, these glasses to do seem to have a ton of fans. I however, wont ever spend $200+ dollars on something I’ll eventually lose or break. Probably lose.

Slug - 08/25/11 - 4:15pm

Adults take care of their gear and don’t lose things. I’ve been using these for some time and they are hands down the best optics ever.

ELG - 08/29/11 - 4:54pm

lol…. Ive had transitions jawbones for almost 2 years

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